By Sumit Ganguly,Andrew Scobell,Brian Shoup
In this edited booklet, prime students and analysts hint the origins, evolution and the present kingdom of Indo-US strategic cooperation.
During the chilly struggle, due to opposing grand techniques, the 2 states usually discovered themselves at odds. With the top of the chilly struggle and the death of the Soviet Union, Indo-US protection cooperation began in a fitful style, yet lately it has got huge balance. The military of the 2 states have participated in routines on land, sea and air and feature additionally conducted joint humanitarian missions. Drawing on new details and with contributions from either lecturers and coverage makers, this wide-ranging quantity analyzes the strategic convergence of the world’s greatest democracies, while explaining why vital variations do stay. those particularly comprise questions concerning the way forward for India’s nuclear and ballistic missile courses, US-Pakistan ties and India’s hyperlinks with Iran.
This quantity could be of significant curiosity to scholars of South Asian politics, Asian protection, US international coverage and protection experiences in general.
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US-Indian Strategic Cooperation into the 21st Century: More than Words (Asian Security Studies) by Sumit Ganguly,Andrew Scobell,Brian Shoup